Super Mario World was every aspect of the first three games and more. With even more stunning Overworld maps to explore, and more action packed levels to run, swim, or fly through. The mini dungeons (Fortresses) that were from Super Mario Bros. 3 are back, with the new addition of Ghost Houses, where Mario has to brave hordes of ghosts to fight the evil Big Boo. The game is beautiful, contains hilarious (Castle ending) scenes, and has a great soundtrack to boot. This game is defiantly worth a trip to the Flea Market.
Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is the game that set the bar for other Zelda games. This Zelda actually had a story to it. This Zelda also consists of tons of weapons and items to defeat enemies. This was the first Zelda game to feature the Light/Dark world perspective that the other games follow, and that I oh, so love. This is my favorite Zelda game and one of the few SNES titles that I still pick up and play.
If you are into simulation games, planes, or being in the air, Pilotwings is a game for you. There are 4 basic "stages" with tons of map layout and difficulty variations (Lessons in Light Plane, Skydiving, Rocketbelt, and hang gliding), along with levels involving an attack helicopter, and other bonus stages. This game is chock full of in-flight madness. I'am not a big fan of flying or simulators, but I have to say, this game was a blast. Land that plane perfectly, receive your license, and maybe you'll earn your Pilotwings.
This title revamped all of the classic Mario games, giving them better graphics, removing glitches & bugs, and adding a new save feature. The complication even contained the original Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2, dubbed as " Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels". This brought me back and into the present at the same time due to the games enhancements. It was like playing a classic and a new game, all at the same time.
The original Donkey Kong was good, but doesn't at all compare to Donkey Kong Country. In this game, you actually played as Donkey Kong as you dive into a day in the life of the huge ape. Alongside DK is his nephew Diddy Kong (A Playable character when you "die" as DK or in 2-Player), the love of his life Candy Kong, Funky Kong, (Gives you rides to other parts of island) and the wise old Cranky Kong (Who gives advice to Players). The game includes tons of hard enemies and bosses, and animals you can use to travel on and attack with. I spent hours dying on stages as I tried my hardest to complete the game as a kid. This game remains to be one of my personal favorites to this very day.
Megaman 7 was the perfect pickup after the cliff hanger in Megaman VI. Doctor Wily was jailed and the four robots he had made in case he was arrested were loose in the city. It is up to Megaman to stop them and to make sure Wily is Jailed for good. This game had better graphics than previous Megaman titles and was refreshing to play.
Chrono Trigger was for me, the best rpg for the SNES. Since the Final Fantasy Series were mixed up FF2 being FF4 and FF3 being FF6, I had to get my rpg fix else where. Chrono Trigger was right there to help. It had a compelling story, and fresh new music too. If you played Chrono Cross, but haven't tried Chrono Trigger., I say "Know your Roots"and pick up a copy of this fantastic game.
Street Fighter is a good game when you are in the mood for round-housing someone to the face. I was overjoyed when I learned this version contained four new characters. This was one of the most fun, and challenging games I played as a kid. The game had lots of levels to choose from, and a nice roster of characters as well. Hy-yah!
In this game, you play as Yoshi. Mario is an infant, who rides on Yoshi's back. I love how this game does something different for a change. The game was fun and challenging. The game does revisit some of the same enemies quite frequently, and sometimes, it is rather hard to save Mario from Kamek. This is why this game makes number ten on my list. The game is still rather fun overall, however.
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